***Sorry but due to more technical issues, the show that I recorded did not encode correctly so there is no audio/video file. Show Notes and Article Links Are Below*** September 11th, the day that changed the world and one the world will never forget. It’s a day of remembrance, for the innocent who lost their lives along with the brave men and women responding to the attacks. It was a day the world united in horror and tried to understand how such evil could exist in this world. Even today those feelings still are present as I remember that morning as the events unfolded. I’ve linked some articles relating to that day that you might want to read again. Thanks to Elevator Bob for the links to the original stories. It’s important that we never forget.
So slow down today, stop and smell the flowers or better yet, stop and pick up some flowers for someone close to you. Take a moment to be thankful for all that you have and the people who surround and love you. As our world gets faster and faster we cannot forget the events of 9/11 and how it united the world.
New/Article Links: 9/11 WTC – The Elevators Former Shrewsbury 9/11 Hero’s Tale ERRC Poker Run At The NAEC Convention WMATA Improved escalator availability in second quarter India elevator and escalator industry growing China: Officials call for improved elevator safety Fan falls, dies at 49er’s-Packers Game Another injured in separate incident None injured in Sansom elevator drop Elevator in Sansom Place ‘operated as designed’ Stuck in an elevator? Just wait for help! Appeals court upholds dismissal of lawsuit Huffington Post, what were you thinking? The rise and falls of the stadium escalator CEA September Meeting Update Replacing an elevator intercom Manhattan parking garage worker plunges down elevator shaft Catching up with Doug Penn State goes environmentally friendly with it’s hydros Elevator generators and lack of maintenance Recognize this curved elevator spoke wheel Tunnel construction for Toronto-York Spadina Subway nearing Westboro awards elevator contract Fans stuck in elevator after Browns game Accident in Australia Maxton Holds CET Training at TKE